In Japan, many Japanese use Kewpie Mayonnaise in both Food Preparation and as a Food Condiment. Both with Traditional Japanese Food and with Non-Traditional Japanese Food.
Here are several examples for Kewpie Mayonnaise. On or in…
Meat & Vegetable Pancakes
Octopus Balls and other Seafood Balls
Stir Fried Noodles
Tuna and other Fish
Japanese Potato Salad
Japanese Cole Slaw
Japanese Islands is a Dipping Sauce and Dressing, made with Kewpie Mayonnaise and Ketchup. It has a wide variety of uses. Including in some recipes for Japanese Cole Slaw.
In the Philippines, some Filipinos use Kewpie Mayonnaise on Sisig.
Japanese Cole Slaw rocks the house! Of course, add Kewpie Mayonnaise!
Japanese Potato Salad is really…Kicked up Mashed Potatoes.
I really enjoy Japanese Food much better than Chinese Food and certain better than Filipino Food. With a couple of exceptions.
Last night for supper, I had Teriyaki Chicken Thighs with Japanese Potato Salad, which was not kicked up.
To make Japanese Potato Salad…
It is all about your choice. Boil the Potatoes with Skin On or Peeled.
Boil the Potatoes until a Skewer or Fork easily goes through the Potato. Mash the Potatoes but not 100%. Be sure to leave parts of the Potatoes still in shape.
Kewpie Mayonnaise and Milk are mixed together and then added to the Kicked Up Ingredients. Or just those 2 Ingredients, without the Veggies.
Kicked Up Ingredients and Options for Japanese Mashed Potatoes…
I like just using Chopped Onion, Kewpie Mayonnaise and Milk when I make Japanese Potato Salad. I leave out the Veggies.
I hope to see you one day, somewhere…all around Bacolod!
~ Gary ~